Once the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get wed on 29th April 2011, which makes it the very first modern royal wedding in decades, they broke tradition in a number of subtle ways, using their wedding night to Kate selecting to put on her hair lower (this hadn’t been completed in 350 years!).
The bride to be even did her very own makeup rather of having the experts in, apparently because she wanted Prince William to determine her as she walked lower the aisle.
And her glam wasn’t the only real tradition she modernised. Obviously, everyone knows of Kate Middleton’s wedding gown, which mixed historic and offer day elements.
Buckingham Palace described at that time, ‘Miss Middleton chose British brand Alexander McQueen for the good thing about its craftsmanship and it is respect for traditional workmanship and also the technical construction of clothing. Miss Middleton wanted on her dress to mix tradition and modernity using the artistic vision that characterises Alexander McQueen’s work.’
Uncharacteristically, the bride to be made a decision to dress her sister, Pippa Middleton, within an ivory dress to complement hers, which is generally a big no no, because you could confuse the maid-matron of honour using the bride.
Pippa’s dress, also created by Sarah Burton, matched Kate’s in colour and featured similar lace around the neckline and buttons lower the rear.
It had been however more fitted, where Kate’s was flared, and featured a cowl neckline. We all can agree the general effect looked beautiful and unpredicted.
The Duchess of Cambridge also outfitted her flower women in ivory dresses with puff sleeves and full skirts.